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Consultation to discuss barriers to physical activity for seniors

Canada's population is aging and facing alarming trends in chronic disease.
Gems in the spotlight

Gems in the spotlight

Tsawwassen author turns her attention to e-books for kids

Tsawwassen author Marie Warder is having a blast with her latest endeavour, creating children's e-books. "I'm having the time of my life," says the veteran author about her new series, which she's calling Little Kindle Tales for Little People.

Holiday Bazaar's grand finale

The Delta Museum and Archives Society's annual Holiday Bazaar next week in Ladner will be its last. The "Ladies of the Bazaar" have worked hard over the past 30-plus years, raising money for the museum through their annual sales.

Dragonfly for dinner

This dragonfly was no match for the stealth-like hunting skills of a great blue heron in Boundary Bay.

Entertainers open guild's show

The United Entertainers performed Saturday at the opening reception of the South Delta Artists Guild's Small Paintings, Little Treasures show at the Tsawwassen Longhouse Gallery. The show runs until Nov. 25.
Youngsters brave the rain at Scouts Canada Fun Nite

Youngsters brave the rain at Scouts Canada Fun Nite

Young children are now eligible for free flu shot

Trio of clinics scheduled for South Delta in November

Protecting seniors from fraud

The Delta Seniors Planning Team, in partnership with Delta Police Victim Services, is hosting a workshop series to help seniors avoid becoming victims of financial fraud. The workshops will be held on Thursday, Nov. 1 and Thursday, Nov. 8 at 7: 15 p.

Stroke survivors tap into the benefits of music

Your music choice may be rock, rap, reggae or Rachmaninoff, but whatever your beat, music has charms to soothe the savage breast. Music can lift you up or settle you down.